Eleanor Stanford

Eleanor Stanford’s latest book is Bartram’s Garden (Carnegie Mellon Press, 2015). She is a 2014–15 Fulbright Fellow to Brazil, where she is researching and writing about traditional midwifery. An excerpt from her essay “Grammar for an Unwritten Language (Cape Verde,…

KR Podcast with Danielle Evans

In this month’s podcast, Danielle Evans, author of the prize-winning short story collection Before You Suffocate Your Own Fool Self, talks with KR Fellow Melinda Moustakis about road trip stories, the importance of plot, reading poetry as a daily exercise,…

Katherine Karlin

Katherine Karlin’s fiction has appeared in Cincinnati Review, One Story, [PANK], Alaska Quarterly Review, and many other journals. Her work has been selected for the Pushcart Prize and New Stories from the South anthologies. Her short story collection, Send Me…

Sasha Steensen

Sasha Steensen is the author of three books of poetry: House of Deer, A Magic Book, and The Method, all from Fence Books. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado, where she tends chickens, goats, bees, and children. She serves as…

KR Podcast with Stephen Burt

In this month’s podcast, Stephen Burt talks with Editor at Large Natalie Shapero about the least expected parts of being a gender-variant writer, ethical questions in book reviewing, and how one might find oneself cold-calling a famous poet to ask…

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